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Michelle Obama visits NC to encourage Nov. turnout

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First lady Michelle Obama has returned to the swing state of North Carolina to drum up support for her husband's re-election bid. Full story...
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Special Olympics needs sponsors

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The Wilmington Special Olympics is welcoming more athletes, but they're in need of more sponsors too. video Full story...
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Woman on cross country mission to raise money, awareness for elderly

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videoTeri Swezey is on a mission. She plans to walk 3,039 miles across the country to raise money and awareness for seniors, their caregivers and the special needs they require. Full story...
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Salty Paws Festival tail wagging good time

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Carolina Beach Lake went to the dogs on Saturday for the second annual Salty Paws Festival. Hundreds of people and their four legged friends made their way to the fundraiser to support the nonprofit organization Saving Animals During Disasters. Full story...
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Wilmington springs for Zack

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video The Mayo family is in the fight of their lives. After a serious accident sent 10-year-old Zack Mayo to the hospital last year, doctors discovered he had tumors on his liver and lungs. That’s when their lives changed forever. Now, the community says this is the least they could do. Full story...
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Fire departments compete to raise money for MDA

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On Saturday the Carolina Beach Fire Department competed in a friendly game of Rescue A Firefighter against the Myrtle Grove Fire Department. Full story...
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Sweet fundraiser held Saturday

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The Wilmington Temple of Israel hosted a joint fundraiser at the Hannah Block USO building Saturday. The event featured desserts by six celebrity chefs, live music, an abundance of art and a silent auction to benefit the Wilmington-based Full Belly Project, Phoenix Employment Ministries and United Jewish Communities. Full story...
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Carousel Center benefit; what happens in Wilmington, stays in Wilmington

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videoLas Vegas came to life Saturday night in downtown Wilmington for a fundraiser benefiting the Carousel Center. Wilmington civic and business leaders and elected officials gathered to help the center, which is a non-profit organization that helps sexually abused children. Full story...
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Anti-Titan Cement Plant Fundraiser in Wilmington

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The old Roanoke cement plant near Castle Hayne shut down more than 20 years ago. But now, controversy surrounding the property is very much alive. Full story...
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Fashion Victims Raise $11K For Charity

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Good news concerning some badly dressed people. Full story...
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